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"When you see this movie, know that this is from love", Diesel said.

The eighth edition of the Hollywood franchise - Fast & Furious, has been released in India.

Even The Rock make an absence of film screening, his co-stars in "The Fate of the Furious" like Tyrese Gibson, Kurt Russell, Charlize Theron, Chris Bridges and Vin Diesel are present to advertise the One Race Films. But aside from the absurd "stare and drive" scene, there's one moment worth singling out in this uninspired sequel: when Brian (Paul Walker) and Roman (Tyrese Gibson) pull a Starsky and Hutch and ramp their auto onto a moving yacht. There isn't a mid-credits end scene nor is there a post credits scene after all of the credits play through.

That the series is still going strong over 16 years and eight installments is a testament to the filmmakers' ability to keep finding fresh ways to reinvigorate a franchise that was basically jerry-rigged to exploit muscle auto lust. Of course, they're still well enough to shoot the bad guy seconds after landing.


Fast And Furious 8: The Fate Of The Furious will follow Dom (played by Vin Diesel) and the gang on the next stage of their journey after the events of Furious 7. And why should he be? We know he's been with Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez) since they were both teens, and that Mia (Jordana Brewster) is his sister, but beyond them it's always seemed like Dom's Fast Familia is the only one he's got. That alone wouldn't have been enough for this moment to make this list, but the aftermath is where things get totally outlandish. And every time Dom pops up to clash with his former team members, Hobbs just kind of ... vanishes.

I think that when you watch the film, you understand that this is different, and hopefully it leaves you understanding that there's more to the saga beyond eight.

A big thank you to Mattel for sending over a whole box of Fast & Furious toys for us to do our review. Vin Diesel listened to feedback from the fans and made the changes.

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